Piers Lane in Recital
Legendary UK-Based Australian pianist Piers Lane spoils Canberra audiences with a stunning program of treasures by piano composer giants Rachmaninov and Chopin.
“No praise could be high enough for Piers Lane…superb musical intelligence, sensitivity, and scintillating brilliance.” GRAMOPHONE UK.
Five times soloist at the BBC Proms, Piers Lane has a worldwide reputation as an engaging, searching and highly versatile performer. He has written and presented over 100 programmes for BBC Radio 3, including the 54-part series “The Piano”, and at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Birthday Honours he was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished services to the arts.
In 1994 he was made an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music London, and is the Artistic Director of the Sydney International Piano Competition.
In the wake of his recent Wigmore Hall London and Carnegie Hall New York solo recitals, Australia’s own legendary piano Godfather plays the second concert in the esteemed Snow Concert Hall International Series.
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Prelude in C# minor Op. 3 No.2
Prelude in F# minor, Op.23 No.1
Prelude D major Op. 23 No. 4
Prelude Eb major Op. 23 No. 6
Prelude Ab major Op. 23 No. 8
Prelude Gb major Op. 23 No. 10
Variations on a Theme of Chopin Op. 22
* Interval *
From the ballets Chopiniana and Les Sylphides
Polonaise in A Op. 40 No. 1
Nocturne in F Op. 15 No. 1
Mazurka in C# minor Op. 50 No.3
Nocturne in Ab Op. 32 No.2
Waltz in Gb Op. 70 No.1
Mazurka in D Op. 33 No.2
Mazurka in C Op. 67 No.3
Tarantella in Ab Op.43
Prelude in A Op.28 No.7
Waltz in C# minor Op.64
No.2 Grande Valse Brilliant in Eb Op.18
Over the winter months, the Snow Concert Hall International Series will also feature and Ana de la Vega and
the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra the jazz legend Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Centre Jazz Orchestra.
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